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The Clerk, starring Charles Laughton
Selected-scene commentary by film professor William Paul
Play of the Week: A Choice of Coward, a 1964 British television production
New interview with Joseph McBride on Lubitsch
PLUS: A booklet featuring an essay by film critic Kim Morgan
Still shockingly modern and just as charming as you would expect from a movie based on a Noel Coward play.Published 4 months ago by Carny Asada
One of the best movies ever! Gary Cooper and Fredric March are at their prime! Miriam Hopkins is delightful! A wonderful love triangle! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bob Fartsworthy
Shocking subject matter for it's time. I love Gary Cooper films but wasn't expecting something quite so "racy". Read morePublished 10 months ago by kattonelouie
This was a really smart movie and I avoided it for years, being a Noel Coward fan. But it's weird, it's almost better than Coward. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Addison Dewit
This is a good romantic comedy from the 1930s.
If you have not seen any of the talkies produced before 1934; the year when censorship took root in the US, this is a... Read more
"Design for Living," (1933), is another pre-World War II, pre-Hays code Hollywood classic, a brisk, sophisticated 91 minute black and white romantic comedy. Read morePublished on February 1, 2013 by Stephanie De Pue
This film stars Fredric March, Gary Cooper, and Miriam Hopkins. It is directed by Ernst Lubitsch. Very few films have had as great a cast as this and a more highly reguarded a... Read morePublished on January 9, 2013 by Tony Marquise Jr.